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MFL Job Postings

Reporting to the Manitoba Federation of Labour Executive Council, the Executive Director is responsible for office operations, staffing, the implementation of policy and strategic direction as set out by the Executive Council. The Executive Director works with the elected President to communicate with the Board on all relevant matters.  Key responsibilities include developing Board meeting materials, plan and execute triannual conventions, implement resolutions, arrange and attend meetings with various officials as required, collaborate with other groups on issues of common concern and oversee the financial management of the Federation. The Executive Director must lead by example in driving the integrity, credibility and reputation of the Manitoba Federation of Labour and be seen as a leader in the knowledge of emerging issues and policy formulation.

Friday, July 29, 2016 - 5:00pm

Left Hook President's Blog


Pallister's Bill 7 Will Make it Harder for Everyday Manitobans to Join a Union

For many years now, Manitoba has avoided major labour unrest and experienced relatively few strikes and lockouts.

Manitoba’s stable labour-relations climate has been good for working families and businesses alike and has helped our economy grow. When deciding where to invest their dollars, investors and site selectors look at labour peace as a major economic advantage.

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